Bac Xa Travel in Lang Son is still quite strange to the Vietnamese tourism community. This place is a northeastern highland commune in Dinh Lap district, Lang Son province. Possessing majestic natural scenery and full of wild features, Bac Xa is considered the original miniature version of Sapa and has not been over-exploited by humans. In addition, with great check-in points such as Bac Xa road, 1297/4 milestone, and Bong Lau paradise. Bac Xa Travel is increasingly proving its attraction in the domestic tourism industry.
About Bac Xa – Lang Son Travel
Bac Xa is a commune of Dinh Lap district directly under Lang Son province. This commune has many attractive tourist attractions worth a visit to experience the majestic nature typical of the Northeast Region.
Traveling to Bac Xa in late autumn and early winter is both cold and fresh. It is the right time for a great trip or travel experience. The big green rolling hills and mountains make any of us feel overwhelmed. Many visitors who have passed by here are fascinated by these green winding roads. The vastness of the border reeds brings the feeling of being lost in another space, peaceful and candid.
You can rent a car or travel by motorbike at will. The road here is not too difficult to go, so the movement is quite convenient. You can rent a limousine or a 4-seater tourist car from Lang Son city to Bac Xa commune. Or you can book tours at travel agencies to register to visit Lang Son – Bac Xa. Usually, the option of going by car or motorbike is the most preferred by young people. Because the road here is very beautiful, extremely suitable for backpacking.
Attractions to discover when traveling to Bac Xa
“Full of passion” Roads
Lang Son is famous for many beautiful winding roads. Along the way are hills and forests filled with flowers. The same goes for Bac Xa Travel. The bends and thrilling off-road sections are always ready to challenge the passionate backpackers to explore the beautiful unspoiled nature.
The enchanting beauty of reed paradise
Around the beginning of October to December is the time when reed flowers bloom. The fields of reeds stretch across the two sides of the road along the border. This scene will be a favorite destination for young people who love to travel and love to explore. It is fantastic to have a trip to Bac Xa to experience the reed road along the border and have quality check-in photos like this.
The enchanting beauty of the reed fields makes them named Bong Lau Paradise. A name that describes the immensity of the vastness and shows the beauty of a paradise in a fairyland. In summer, each gentle sunlight reflects on the field, making the scene more poetic and beautiful.
Coming here, you definitely can’t forget to bring your camera or smartphone. Because the reed field is vast, it is not difficult for you to find a corner with a good view without touching people for your photo. Let’s record many memories with your friends with the best check-in photos and have fun moments.
Check in the famous 1297/4 Milestone
In addition to the famous Bong Lau Paradise, Bac Xa Travel is also known for having the most border landmarks: 40 landmarks. In which milestones 1297/4 and 1300 are the two most memorable and favorite milestones. Those milestones are on the top of the hill, where you can admire the majestic landscape stretching immense. And the way to the top is also excellent and poetic.
Passing through the field of reeds, you will go upstairs, climb a rather steep hill about 1km. Many young people review the feeling of going up the mountain like climbing the gate of Dong Van Ha Giang, feeling incredibly suspenseful and real. Reaching the top of the hill is also the time when emotions burst, both tired and happy. Going with a group of friends, the moment of check-in at the top is the best. Let’s scream together, enjoy the fresh feeling together.
Peak 1300 is difficult and dangerous to go. So it usually takes adventurous and brave people to reach the top of 1300. Most people stop at 1297/4. But that’s enough just like that. An ordinary trip to get such great emotions is enough.
Ky Cung River
Along with Ky Lua street, Tam Thanh pagoda, Ky Cung river also symbolizes Lang Son. Ky Cung river originates from Bac Xa commune, flows northeast through Loc Binh, Lang Son city, That Khe to the Chinese border. In particular, this is the only river in the North that does not flow in the Northwest – Southeast direction to the East Sea but flows in the Southeast – Northwest direction to China.
The image of the Ky Cung river winding and dreaming crosses Bac Xa like a dreamy soft silk strip of Lang Son.
Discover Bac Xa cuisine
Bac Xa Travel – Lang Son is also famous for specialties such as Roast Duck, Khau Nhuc. These are dishes close to the people’s lives, bearing the flavor of Lang Son, and are extremely loved by diners.
Roast Duck with crispy shell, soft and fragrant meat is a famous dish you must try when traveling to Bac Xa. Roast duck combined with rice or vermicelli. It’s also simple at the table with a jar of can wine—truly authentic Northeastern cuisine.
Khau Nhuc is quite a particular dish. It was made from pork belly marinated with typical spices such as basil, terracotta and steamed in a water bath until tender. This dish is the most favorite of diners when traveling to Bac Xa.
Cao Sang cake is a popular dish in Bac Xa but rather strange for most people. The main ingredients of the cake are plain rice, minced pork, and fried onions. The cake is usually rectangular and is sprinkled with braised gravy and condensed coconut water to create a greasy texture. Fragrant fried onions sprinkled on top with roasted peanuts.
This dish is often used with pork bone broth, adding chopped coriander. When eating, the cake will be submerged in the dipping sauce like eating banh cuon. It’s super delicious.
Cao Sang cake – mountain folk food
Bac Xa is home to many ethnic minorities with unique cultural identities. Therefore, this place has excellent features in the nation’s identity. Hopefully, shortly, Bac Xa Travel will develop better to have more exciting experiences during their trip.